# Flags

How many different flags can be made from green, white, blue, red, orange, yellow, and purple materials, so each flag consists of three different colors?

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This solution is for if the order of color matters. However, according to the question, order does not matter. It is therefore a combination, not a permutation. The solution should be (7x6x5)/3! = 35.

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